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Monthly Archives: December 2021

Do You Need a Lawyer When Charged with a Misdemeanor?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Misdemeanor criminal offenses are not as serious as felony crimes, meaning that if convicted, a person will face lighter jail sentences and lower fines. Sometimes, a misdemeanor will not even result in any jail time. Many people know misdemeanors are not as serious as felonies and so, they do not think they need legal… Read More »

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In Florida, There is More than One Kind of Divorce

By O'Mara Law Group |

No one gets married thinking it will end in divorce. Unfortunately, it is a real possibility that sometimes turns into a reality. If you are thinking about getting a divorce, it is important to remember that you have options, including what kind of divorce you get. The type of divorce you choose will impact… Read More »

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Defenses to Drug Possession Charges

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Being charged with drug possession is very scary, and you will likely become worried about what the future may hold for you. Fortunately, there are many defenses to drug possession charges, and an Orlando criminal defense lawyer can advise on the one that is right for you. Some of the most commonly used defenses… Read More »

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How to Ensure Interactions with Police Remain Safe

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With so much news of police brutality in the last year, it is easy to understand why some people have become fearful of interactions involving law enforcement. While sometimes, there may be nothing that can be done about preventing a tragedy from occurring, there are some tips you can follow to ensure you do… Read More »

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Is Kim Potter Of guilty … Of Implicit Bias?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Well, that’s not a crime, although it can lead to criminal behavior.   Implicit bias, as we are just learning in the past decade or two, had significant effect on how we perceive situations and each other. We are only now identifying the length and depth of the insidious negative effect it has on certain… Read More »

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New Laws to Know in Florida

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During the legislative session last April, there were many new laws passed and they have gone into effect as of October 1, 2021. It is critical that all Floridians know what these laws are, so they do not find themselves in trouble with the law. Unfortunately, not knowing that something is against the law… Read More »

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What are the Different Types of Alimony in Florida?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Alimony is an important factor in many divorce cases today, even with so many cases involving two spouses that each earn an income. The law on alimony has also undergone many changes over the years, and it is largely misunderstood. One aspect of alimony that many people do not understand is that there is… Read More »

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Documents to Consider Post-Divorce

By O'Mara Law Group |

Once your divorce is final, you will be left with a lot of paperwork, including your divorce decree and other documents. While it may seem that this is a time when paperwork is piling up, there are some important documents you must still consider. The majority of these pertain to documents in your estate… Read More »

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What Offenses are Tourists Commonly Charged with in Orlando?

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The tourist attractions in Orlando are world renowned. From Universal to Walt Disney World Resort, Epcot, and more, there is so much to do in Orlando, and that does not even touch on the great nightlife, shopping, and dining in the city. Most people that visit Orlando do so without incident and head back… Read More »

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Can Gifts from a Parent Count as Child Support?

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Parents give their children gifts all the time and typically, there is nothing associated with them. However, when a person has been ordered to pay child support, either through divorce or a paternity proceeding, parents may sometimes wonder if they can use those gifts as a credit towards child support. The issue most often… Read More »

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